Perhaps a little bit cheaper than the giant centrepieces with lots of branches. With the tree branches idea of getting them and painting them white would really pretty if we hung crystals on them and maybe added some flowers (if we get good ones)
DIY sequin flower vase :) All you have to do to is sprinkle some sequins into the bottom of the vase before you fill it with water. And after you arrange the flowers, the stems will disperse the sequins to give your vase just the right amount of glitz
to decorate. This one was used at a wedding, but the look and feel of these mason jar chandeliers are perfect anywhere. Here is a DIY for a mason jar chandelier, this one is for an electrical chandelier so you'd need to adapt it.
you can get the vases at Dollar Tree, 3 bags of rocks and the floating candles in a 6 pack at Hob Lob. With a super gorgeous orchid as the flower, in the colors of the wedding, you've got yourself a very pretty, and very thrifty centerpiece!
St. John's Church, Wolff Ballroom Wedding: Katie + Marcus
Tea lights set in mason jars: I like this idea combined with frosted mason jars which is just a simple spray can. Place multiple jars at each table. We can get mason jars of all differing sizes at Goodwills in the area.